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What’s on in Fremantle on Sundays: 4 fun things to do near Pier 21

Planning to go sightseeing in Fremantle but not sure what’s open on Sundays?

What’s on in Fremantle on Sundays: 4 fun things to do near Pier 21 Image

If you’re staying at our Fremantle accommodation for the weekend and looking for events and attractions to check out, there’s still plenty on if you know where to look!

From live music and local art exhibitions to cute cafes serving up Sunday breakfast, brunch, and lunch, here are four fun things to do during your next visit to Freo.

Go treasure hunting at the E-Shed Markets

Entry Cost: Free
Opening Hours: Friday – Sunday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Distance: 8 min drive

If you’ve already done the rounds at the Fremantle Markets, there’s more to explore at the E-Shed Markets. Based out of a historic warehouse, the markets are known for their antique and second-hand wares, local souvenirs, and handicrafts.

With live music each weekend and a wide range of international foods to sample, the E-Shed Markets are a perfect day-time activity for families and couples.

If you’d prefer to sit down and pause for a while in between hunting for a bargain, you can enjoy a meal or drink on their licensed alfresco terrace with stunning views of Fremantle Harbour.

Immerse yourself in local art at the Fremantle Arts Centre

Entry Cost: Free
Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 10:00AM – 5:00PM
Distance: 7 min drive

Art galleries provide a window into the heart and soul of their local communities, and at Fremantle Arts Centre, you’ll find an ever-changing rotation of WA’s greatest and up-and-coming artists.

Take a walk inside to marvel at super-sized sculptures and avant-garde artworks, or check out their calendar of events and special exhibitions to find something that catches your fancy.

If you’re also looking for a cute spot to catch up with friends over a meal, the adjoining Canvas Cafe is open every day from 8:00AM – 3:00PM, serving up delicious brunch-style fare in their airy and greenery-filled courtyard space.

Snap a photo at Horatio’s Wall

Entry Cost: Free
Opening Hours: 24/7
Distance: 8 min drive

Located behind Gino’s Cafe is Fremantle’s most famed street artwork, Horatio’s Wall. This colourful and intricate wall mural is the work of a well-known local creative and larger-than-life character, Horatio Birdbath.

Once you’ve taken a moment to admire the artwork up close and snap some photos, you may like to stop for a coffee and cake or a sit-down meal at Gino’s, open every day from 6:00AM – 10:00PM.

Sip and sing along to some live music at the Tradewinds’ Acoustic Sundays

Entry Cost: Free
Opening Hours: Sundays 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Distance: 9 min drive

Nothing goes down better than a laid-back Sunday sesh with some live music, and at the Tradewinds Hotel, you’ll get to enjoy some acoustic music from local acts with an ice-cold drink in hand.

Serving up local craft beers, premium wines, and on-trend cocktail selection, you can also order some tasty eats on the side while sitting back with friends and family.

However you like to spend your Sundays, staying at Pier 21 means you’ll be close to all the sights, big and small. To enquire about our available rooms and suites, get in touch today on (08) 9336 2555 or book through our website here.